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John Anderson, of New-York


This Congress, sensible of the extreme scarcity of Blankets now wanted for the Continental Forces, do recommend it to all the inhabitants of this Colony, who may have any good Blankets that they can possibly spare, to dispose of the same to the Commissary on reasonable terms, for the use of said Forces.

Resolved, That John Anderson, of New York, be employed to print the Minutes and Ordinances of this sitting, and that the President sign an Order for the same; and that the Treasurers of this Colony, or either of them, pay to the said John Anderson, so much as Abraham Clark and Lewis Ogden, Esquires, shall certify that they have agreed shall be paid for printing the same.

The Congress adjourned to the fourth Monday in May next, then to meet at Burlington, unless sooner called by the President or Vice-President.